Brief Description

This course intends to provide students with new Support skills of Curriculum supervision as compared the traditional ones. It equips the learners with a wide range of lesson observation skills that are supportive to the supervisee and the supervisor during the curriculum implementation process. It emphasizes the value of team work during the entire Curriculum supervision process.


Learning Outcome

A curriculum designer who also a team player during the curriculum development process.


Course Objectives

By the end of the course, student should be able to;-

 1. Justify the value the current Support Supervision process as compared to the traditional one.

2. Set up guidelines for an effective curriculum implementing process.

3. Compare and contrast the various roles of an Education Inspector and those of and Curriculum Support Supervisor.

4. Identify the Practices in School based Supervision, and Challenges.

Course content

  • Support Supervision in the 21st Century (6hrs)
  • An effective curriculum implementation process; Guidelines and strategies (6 hrs)
  • The Education Inspector and Curriculum Supervision (3hrs)
  • Support Supervision and   facilitation during the Supervision process (5hrs)
  • Characteristics and roles during the supervisory process (4hrs)
  • School based Supervision in the new era; Practices and Challenges (6 Hrs)
  • Mode of Delivery
  • Seminar Presentations, think-pair-share, brainstorming, discussions, projects, demonstrations, individual assignment,